Due to the snowstorm and road conditions, the Selectboard meeting scheduled for Monday, February 2 has been cancelled. The next Selectboard meeting is scheduled for Monday, February 16th.
The Wallingford Conservation Commission invites you to a Winter Fun Day Sunday February 15th from Noon – 2 p.m. at Stone Meadow. Parking is on Waldo Lane and at the Recreation Field. There will be hot dogs, hot chocolate & marshmallows, games for the kids, a fire for warmth and an afternoon of fun with sledding in the Meadow, X-C skiing & snow shoeing on the trails, and ice skating at the Recreation area (please bring your own equipment). Explore the beauty of this wonderful scenic area in our own backyard. Bring the whole family!
Town Hall will be closed on Monday, January 19th in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Wallingford Rotary Club is hosting a Pork Dinner with Homemade Pies on Saturday, January 31 from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. at the Rotary Building, 96 North Main Street, Wallingford
Adults $12, Children under age 12 $6
Proceeds Benefit Rotary Scholarships and Charities
Beginning Monday January 5, the library will be open Mondays from 10am-5pm and closed Tuesdays.
Mon: 10 – 5:00
Wed: 10 – 8:00
Thurs & Fri: 10 – 5:00
Saturday: 9 – 12:00
Town Offices will be closed Thursday, January 1 through Friday, January 2 for New Years.
The Wallingford Transfer Station will have regular hours the week of Christmas – Monday and Wednesday from noon to 5:00 p.m. and Saturday from 8:00 a.m. to noon.
**** Attention parents of baseball players in grades K-6. *******
Wallingford Baseball is part of the Long Trail League playing in Babe Ruth Baseball’s – Cal Ripken Division. Volunteers are needed to keep the program going. Positions to be filled:
Long Trail League – President, Scheduler, Treasurer
Wallingford Baseball – President, Scheduler, Treasurer.
Contact :Rodney Ward at Rodney.email@example.com for more info.
Message from the VT Division of Emergency Management: We are aware of the situation in Wallingford and the fact that residents in some areas are unable to leave their homes due to fallen trees and debris. We are passing along this news to Green Mountain Power, who is working diligently to restore power in many locations.
News from GMP: Green Mountain Power is continuing to make repairs in the wake of the continuing and severe snow storm. The storm is unprecedented in both the breadth and depth of the damage sustained and new outages continue to develop. We have hundreds of GMP and out-of-state lineworkers and tree trimmers working day and night to make repairs as quickly as possible. The damage is statewide and may take through the weekend before everyone is back on in the most severely damaged areas. GMP encourages the public to stay safe and clear from downed power lines.
You can report any outages by texting ‘OUT’ to GMPVT or calling 1-888-835-4672.
“The Bend in the Road” by Yvonne Daley. Yvonne is a resident of Rutland and San Francisco. One of the many hats she wears is as an associate professor of journalism at San Francisco State University but most of us remember her as a reporter for the Rutland Herald and director of the Green Mountain Writers Conference in Tinmouth.
Her latest book, “The Bend in the Road,” is the story of the Lenny Burke foundation – the farm, Emma’s place and, of course, Lenny and his amazing life’s journey.
The Wallingford Historical Society will host the book launch on Wednesday, December 17th, at 7 p.m. in the Town Hall Museum.